Area A contained a low wall (W1; length 4.5 m, width 0.36 m; Fig. 2), constructed from a row of small and medium-sized sandstone fieldstones. The wall is oriented east–west and bends northward; on its eastern side it stands a single course high (c. 0.3 m). A pile of stones (remnants of a previous excavation?) located next to the north edge of the wall appears to have been created at a much later date than the structure itself.
Area B contained five walls and a stone-built installation, constructed from small to medium sandstone fieldstones and preserved a single course high. The long wall of the structure (W3; length 7.4 m, width 0.38 m; Fig. 3) is oriented north–south. Toward the northern end, a second wall (W5; length 3.9 m, width 0.5 m) extends eastward. A small installation, like a platform (0.86×1.37 m; Fig. 4), is attached to the northwestern corner of W3. At the southern end of W3, a third wall (W4; length 1.2 m, width 0.74 m), oriented east–west, extends eastward.
Area C is located east of Area B (Fig. 5). It consists of a long wall (W6; length 15 m, width 0.57 m), oriented east–west and built of a single row of small to medium sandstone fieldstones. The eastern and western ends of W6 curve to the south at right angles. A short partition wall (W7; length 4.5 m, width 0.36 m) extends from W6 southward, dividing the structure into two. Two excavation probes (C1, C2; 2×2 m) were opened on either side of W7 and no ancient remains were detected  (Figs. 6, 7). Low stone mounds located a few meters south of Area C were reportedly found to be Bedouin graves, excavated in the 1970s. None of these mounds were investigated in the current excavation.   
The structures in Areas A, B and C appear to have been thoroughly excavated at some previous date. Modern debris, including a modern Israeli coin from 1971, intentionally placed in the structures when they were back-filled, suggests that they were investigated in the 1970s. In spite of the presence of Bedouin graves in the immediate area, the structures appear to be of a much earlier date. Shortly after the current excavation, a well-preserved copper spear head was discovered near the structures (Fig. 8). The examination of the object determined that it was indeed ancient.